Come and discover sweets and treats from Sweden, as well as countless other surprises. A Scandinavian journey in the heart of Paris!

  1. Käramell


At the heart of the hustle and bustle of the Pigalle district, in the Rue des Martyrs, a shopping street that leads to Montmartre, the colourful façade of the Käramell store promises exotic treasures.

You’ll find multicoloured sweet and savoury treats lined up neatly on wooden shelves, Scandinavian decorative items to furnish and brighten your bedroom, living room or kitchen, as well as Hygge books, bags, satchels and everything you need for a birthday celebration. A Swedish take on Aladdin’s cave!

Choose from 158 different kinds of sweets and try “lördagsgodis” which according to Swedish tradition means “Saturday sweets”, for a memorable moment of childish sweetness and freedom. An authentic Scandinavian tradition! Choose from a selection of the best chocolate bars, lollipops, sweets with surprises, metres of chewing gum and sweet or salty, red or black, hard or soft, chocolate coated or strawberry-covered, liquid or powdered liquorice, and more…

As for Merlin’s Magic Pills, there’s a type to suit every taste and every reason! There are magical sweets to help you look on the bright side, hit the high notes, tackle maths problems, be the strongest, have more than one trick up your sleeve, laugh at the passage of time, score goals and even sweet strawberry hearts to wake Sleeping Beauty!

Sweets and design that you won’t find anywhere else!

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Access and contact

15, rue des martyrs
75009 Paris 9ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 11 am and 7 pm. Closed on Monday.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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